I don’t know about you guys, but there are so many times when I shake my head at a relationship that I know is just horrible for either the girl or the guy. I’ve known more than my share of girls who stick around in emotionally (and possibly physically) abusive relationships even when everyone in the freaking world (including they themselves) knows that the relationship is corrosive to their lives. I’ve known more than my share of guys who stick around with girls who are (for lack of a better term) bitches, and the guys stay with them even when its obvious that it’s having a horrible effect on the guy’s life.
I’m sure you guys have known someone like this, or maybe you’re in one of these relationships. In fact, many people who comment on my blog seem to be stuck and trapped in these types of relationships. They constantly ask me this question: What am I supposed to do? Here’s my reply: (Continue…)
It’s easy to get caught up in the world of “the perfect”. In the world of the perfect, every guy is a perfect gentleman and treats all women with respect. Men do not waste their time with frivolities (such as video games, unless, of course your idea of a perfect guy is someone who plays video games). They should work extremely hard, make tons of money, yet still manage to give 110% of himself to helping raise the kids, handling the chores around the house, and providing you with the romance and love that you need to be completely content and happy in life. Men should be at least six feet tall with chiseled abs (don’t forget this is the world of the perfect), unafraid of commitment, and…well the list goes on, and usually varies from person to person.
That’s the world of the perfect for women, anyways (or gay men). Shoot, if you found me a guy like that, I might become gay just for him. Sounds like a winner to me, and I’d be pretty down for that. The world of the perfect for men? Victoria Secret super model. Period. (Continue…)